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    The requested URL was rejected.

    I am trying to access a website that I have accessed many times before. I am in Algeria working and trying to put credit into my wireless router I bought here. I have always gotten into the local recharge site with no problems. Trying to do the same this trip and I get this message.

    The requested URL was rejected. Please consult with your administrator.

    Your support ID is: 12573558884081395992

    [Go Back]

    I have tried from my personal computer, company computer, other people's company computers. What gives? Is it a fault of the Telecom company's server? I'm stumped.

    Any ideas?

    Website: https://4glte.at.dz/recharge

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    That site should not be affected by any Algerian internet filtering, but you never know - it may have been incorrectly flagged.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Internet_in_Algeria

    Have you contacted your ISP using the support number? (I know, it could be a major pain.)

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    Quote Originally Posted by jdc2000 View Post
    That site should not be affected by any Algerian internet filtering, but you never know - it may have been incorrectly flagged.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Internet_in_Algeria

    Have you contacted your ISP using the support number? (I know, it could be a major pain.)
    I'm actually using a Company Server. But I did try with someone's private access and got the same thing. Hence my thinking that it could be the fault of Algerie Telecom website. Yeah it's a pain in the butt. Bought the recharge card but cannot input it.

    I may have to bite the bullet and try to get into town and visit . But being British it's hard to get security clearance to leave the camp...lol

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    I do not know if VPN access or proxy servers are permitted to be used in Algeria. You would need to check first before trying to access the site using these options.

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    They are not permitted on the Company Server, but shhhhhh!

    I am using one on the server with my personal laptop but it does exactly the same thing. It's really weird! And of course it produces different support ID's every time! I was looking for a backdoor site that would bypass the main one but never found one. I guess I watch too many electronic espionage movies. Not much else to do after work hours in the camp. I don't understand Arabic and French so I disconnect the TV and watch movies off my hard drive!

    It has to be something to do with the website! Last rotation it was fine!

    Still Stumped!!

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    I'd say it has to be something with the site. Perhaps they have unregistered or inactivated your account since you were last using it.

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    Nah! Can't be a deactivated account. I'd still be able to get to the recharge page. I actually found a help page and tried to access that one. https://ec.algerietelecom.dz/ And I got the same URL rejection. Can you access this address? Or the main one that is giving me problems? https://4glte.at.dz/recharge

    If you get the same message then we'll know it is the Algerie Telecom server!

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    Sorry, I wouldn't even think of trying to access any Algerian site from my work computers.

    I might try later today from a home computer, but that would be about 9 hours from now.

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    Ok Panic over. One of my local Algerian colleagues gave me access through his wifi on his phone and it worked. Really strange how it doesn't give access from a PC bypassed or otherwise. I will relay this information to Algerie Telecom.

    Thanks for your help!IMAG1392.jpg

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    Request rejected here also.

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    That is weird. I thought it might have been the company server! Seems not! Thanks for trying. I'll have a look into this strange error after I have done my work of course. Got some Data Acquisition Software for Intelligent Completions to sort out!

    Thanks!!

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